The GXF-3 standard for exchange of gridded data is now available. It is under final scrutiny by the gravity and magnetics community, pending acceptance by the SEG's Gravity and Magnetics (G&M) Committee at the 2001 Annual Meeting. This will be followed by consideration for acceptance by the SEG Standards Committee.

SEG has a long history of providing data exchange standards. The most successful single example may be SEG Y, which has become an integral part of the language of geophysics. But the work of the Standards Committee goes much further, covering many things, including positional data reporting, units, scientific subroutines,...

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